For those who are not familiar with Slack (https://slack.com/is), it’s a team messaging service. It’s a way for everyone to keep in touch about their particular action items. I created a channel as a part of the Digital Humanities Slack team ( https://digitalhumanities.slack.com/messages/3dscholarship/) if you’re already apart of that. That may be a good place to poll larger audiences for ideas.
But I also created our own 3D Scholarship team that we can use for our action items and then recruiting other 3D scholars to talk about and embark on more targeted research. Teams are developed by invite only, so if there is enough interest in https://3dscholarship.slack.com/ then I can start inviting people to the team.
I’d be happy to talk to anyone more about Slack if they are unsure or unaware. It’s mainly to facilitate conversations between collaborative groups of people working on similar projects. It provides desktop alerts, team digests that are emailed to you , and mobile notifications (IF you want).